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A study of suction induced dermo-epidermal separation and epidermal wound healing in the human

by Alison Colette Lindsay

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Published by s.n.] in [New Haven .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wound healing

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    Statementby Alison Colette Lindsay
    The Physical Object
    Pagination77 leaves :
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26388578M
    OCLC/WorldCa689774340

    1. J Invest Dermatol. May;48(5) Dermo-epidermal separation with suction. Electron microscopic and histochemical study of initial events of blistering on human skin. Conclusions: OCT is a promising noninvasive technique in the assessment of inflammation and epithelial thickness during human epidermal wound healing. CAN LOSARTAN AND/OR ATORVASTATIN IMPROVE THE HEALING OF FULL THICKNESS BURN WOUNDS? J. Akershoek 1,2, W. Talhout 1,2, M. Vlig 2, K. Brouwer 1,2, E. Middelkoop 1,2, M. Ulrich 1,2.

    METHODS: Blister wounds were induced in 35 patients with severe sepsis and in 15 healthy controls. The healing of the wounds was followed up by measuring transepidermal water loss and blood flow in the wound, reflecting the restoration of the epidermal barrier function and inflammation, respectively. EpiDerm™ MatTek’s patented EpiDerm system is a leading in vitro testing technology for dermal toxicologists and formulation scientists. With multiple ECVAM validations and OECD accepted test guidelines, EpiDerm is a proven in vitro model system for chemical, pharmaceutical and skin care product testing.

    One epidermal suction blister (10 mm) was induced on each buttock in 30 healthy volunteers (15 females males) and de-roofed on day 0. a number of models exist to study wound healing . JOURNAL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY () Direct Evidence for Spatial and Temporal Regulation of Transforming Growth Factor PI Expression During Cutaneous Wound Healing CYNTHIA ,* PATRICIA A. HEBDA, JONATHAN N. MANSBRIDGE, AND PHILIP C. HANAWALT Departments of Biological Sciences (C.I.M.K., P.C.H.) and .


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A study of suction induced dermo-epidermal separation and epidermal wound healing in the human by Alison Colette Lindsay Download PDF EPUB FB2

A study of suction induced derao-epidermal separation and epidermal wound healing in the human. A Thesis submitted to School of Medicine in of the Requirements Doctor of.

the Yale University Partial Fulfillment for the Degree of Medicine. by Alison Colette LindsayAuthor: Alison Colette Lindsay. Kelly DE. Fine structure of desmosomes., hemidesmosomes, and an adepidermal globular layer in developing newt epidermis.

J Cell Biol. Jan; 28 (1)– [PMC free article] Kiistala U, Mustakallio KK. Dermo-epidermal separation with suction. Electron microscopic and histochemical study of initial events of blistering on human by: Justine Fenner, Richard A.F.

Clark, in Skin Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, Dermoepidermal Junction. The dermoepidermal junction is found at the boundary between the epidermal and dermal layers that on electron microscopy has been divided into the lamina lucida and lamina densa.

Epidermal basal cells are attached to the basement membrane, which lies. Such differences underline the need to further develop and adapt existing human wound healing models In our suction blister-induced wound K.

Dermo-epidermal separation with suction Cited by:   Grinnell, F. Wound repair, keratinocyte activation and integrin modulation J Cell Sci () Mansbridge, J.N. Knapp, A. Changes in keratinocyte maturation during wound healing J Invest Dermatol () Kiistala, U. Mustakallio, K.K.

Dermo-epidermal separation with by: By Alison Colette Lindsay, Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation. Lindsay, Alison Colette, "A study of suction induced dermo-epidermal separation and epidermal wound healing in the human" (). Full Length Report Dermo-Epidermal Separation with Suction Electron Microscopic and Histochemical Study of Initial Events of Blistering on Human Skin* U.

Kiistala, M.D. †K.K. Mustakallio, M.D. Kiistala, U. and Mustakallio, K. () Dermo-epidermal separation with suction: electron microscopic and histochemical study of initial events of blistering on human skin. Invest. Dermatol. 48, – PubMed Google ScholarCited by:   Dermo-epidermal separation is an essential technique for immunoblotting studies and for the diagnostic immunofluorescence of autoimmune bullous diseases.

To study the localization of basement membrane components after different separation methods, Woodley et al. 37 separated adult human skin using four methods. The first set of suction blisters (early wound) was made within 48 hours of the first sepsis-induced organ failure and the second set (late wound) four days after the first wound.

In. Dermal–epidermal separation is an important basic investigation technique for pharmacology, toxicology and biology. To choose the optimal method for a given research need, we reviewed studies on epidermal separation. PubMed, Embase, and Web of Science were utilized.

Different separation systems have been compared, including chemical, enzyme, heat and mechanical separation. essed for light and electron microscope study.

OnSERvATIONs Normal Human Skin The dermo-epidermal junction was generally best visualized in permanganate fixed sections. Cellular detail, a secondary consideration in this study, was somewhat less satisfactory.

In permanganate-fixcd tissue the basement membrane (fig. 1) is clearly seen as a homo. Many efforts have been undertaken to find new strategies for the treatment of burns. The aim of this study was to create a human Dermo-Epidermal Skin Substitute (hDE-SS) by combining heterologous keratinocytes and fibroblasts cultured onto Radio-sterilized Human Amnion (RHA), suitable for the treatment of patients with deep dermal burns.

Epidermal repair was studied after the induction of a suction blister on human abdominal skin. The investigation was concerned with keratinocyte migration from the epidermal wound margins and changes at the dermo-epidermal junction.

Specific antisera against actin and keratin proteins showed the distribution of fine and intermediate filaments within marginal epithelial cells. Re-epithelialization of ex vivo-induced epidermal wounds upon IV Collagen (Col-IV) staining in cryostat sections of freshly isolated unwounded (A) and suction blister wounded skin (B).Hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) stained paraffin sections show epidermis and dermis of a freshly wounded (C, insert) and 6 day-cultured wounded biopsy (E,G, inserts).

Dermo-epidermal separation with suction. Electron microscopic and histochemical study of initial events of blistering on human skin and minimally invasive in vivo model of wound healing.

Changes of human skin in subepidermal wound healing process the response of equine lamellae to the disruption of the dermo-epidermal interface caused by. Dermo-epidermal separation with suction. Electron microscopic and histochemical study of initial events of blistering on human skin 1 Clinically normal human abdominal skin in.

Kiistala U, Mustakallio KK. Dermo-epidermal separation with suction. Electron microscopic and histochemical study of initial events of blistering on human skin.

J Invest Dermatol. May; 48 (5)– [Google Scholar] LUFT JH. Improvements in epoxy resin embedding methods. J Biophys Biochem Cytol. Feb; –   Krawczyk, W.S. A pattern of epidermal cell migration during wound healing J Cell Biol () 5.

Winter, G.D. HI Maibach, DT Rovee, Epidermal regeneration studied in the domestic pig, in Epidermal Wound Healing () Year Book Medical Publishers Chicago 6. epidermis of human skin bio sies and to study the conse- we demonstrate that the hemidesmosome-containing basal quences induced afterwards B uring incubations of the de- membrane domains enter the cell cytoplasm after detach- tached tissue.

Spatial reorganization of the epidermis is ment of the epidermal tissue.As shown in a suction-induced wound model involving the suprabasal epidermis, reepithelization was clearly faster in open wounds where blister roofs had been removed than where blisters remained.Dermo-epidermal separation through the lamina lucida is an essential technique for immunoblotting studies and for the diagnostic immunofluorescence of autoimmune bullous diseases.

The most widely used methods of producing skin separation in the laboratory are suction blister induction and incubation in 1 molar sodium chloride.